Time Again Radio Show presents:

Settling in tonight during a frigid cold front to bring some old time tunes and songs on air to warm your very soul!! So bundle up next to the dial and enjoy the eclectic collection on this evening’s list.

134 January 22nd, 2019

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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit presents:

Hey Listeners,

Some 70’s soul and R&B on tap for this evening. In fact maybe even time for some leisure suit action and mirror balls. OK I’ll say it – disco.


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106 January 21st, 2019

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Louisiana Dance Hall presents:

Will serve some cuts off a tribute to the late Jimmy C. Newman from Joel Savoy and friends. They just did a tribute show with Marty Stewart. Thanks for tuning in!

Talia’s playlist:

136 January 21st, 2019

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American Century presents:

130 January 21st, 2019

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

Calling all Crumbs! Johnny Hickman and David Lowery (pictured above) of the band Cracker visitied WRIR this afternoon for a Studio C interview and recording session, in advance of their gig with David’s other band Camper Van Beethoven tonight at the Broadberry.

Hear the results this evening on Lost Music Saloon before you head out to the show.  Bill Lupoletti (of Global A Go-Go) and Alyssa Salomon (of WRIR’s late, lamented Can’t Stop The Music) will get you caught up on what David and Johnny are up to these days, and we’ll spin some of our favorite roots and twang before and after the Studio C session.

You can find a podcast of the complete Studio C session and interview here: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/101039

Also, WRIR’s Listen site has the complete session/interview, plus each of the individual songs, right here: http://www.wrir.org/listen/in-studio-performance-archives.  Just search for “Cracker.”

96 January 21st, 2019

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Monday Breakfast Blend presents:

There has not been much new music being released in the past two months, and my pile of new tunes has dwindled down to barely enough for a third of a show. So, instead of the usual, I’m pulling from my own collection to bring you two hours of favorite tunes from the past few decades.

If I didn’t give myself the structure of seeking out new releases to share every week, I would probably end up doing a show like this. Probably repeating these artists and songs too much. Probably getting bored. But, the occasional indulgence won’t hurt.

I hope you enjoy this show as much as I enjoy sharing these songs with you!

You can read updates and get previews by liking this show on Facebook. Did you enjoy the show or want to listen to it again? You can find it in the archive player for the next two weeks.


7 January 21st, 2019

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Curved Air presents:

In 1968, Luciano Berio composed an homage to the late Dr. King called “O King”. Scored for mezzo-soprano and small chamber ensemble, it was later included as a part of the larger piece Sinfonia. The sung text is: “O King. O Martin Luther King”.

Premiered in 1920, Gustav Holst’s orchestral suite The Planets consists of seven movements, each representing a different planet of our solar system. However, the concept of the piece is astrological rather than astronomical. The first movement, “Mars, The Bringer Of War” has grown to become one of the most famous pieces of music in the world, but I want to focus on the three slow movements: “Venus, The Bringer Of Peace”, “Saturn, The Bringer Of Old Age”, and “Neptune, The Mystic”. And for fun I am attaching to this a Gavin Bryars song called “Planet Earth”.

Also, assorted orchestral pieces by Wagner, Mahler, Ligeti, Bartok, and Messiaen.

224 January 21st, 2019

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HAZARD △ SIGNALS – VOL 47 presents:


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232 January 20th, 2019

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If Music Could Talk presents:

weird weather lately… and a full moon.. and an eclipse…. let’s listen to some cool music tonight on If Music Could Talk!

Also… have a meaningful Martin Luther King day tomorrow

121 January 20th, 2019

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Stunted Development presents:

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